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New Spring Goods!
PEUCALE3, PRINTS, GINGHAMS, DUCKS, LINENS, PIQUE, BLACK DRESS GOODS, FANCY DRESS GOODS, SILKS, BRAIDS, LACES, SKIRTS, UNDERWEAR, CORSETS, all new at 0913RYON9S. f a llPRT SAMPLES aro In ond can save vou from 15 to 20 per cent, on a Carpet. S3 Bricker's Special Sale. SATURDA y-MONDA Y, MARCH 18th and 20th. m GOODS, PERCALES, GINGHAMS Your choice of all 10c and 12 1-2c Percales for for 8 1-2c per yard. Choice of all 10c and 12 l-2c Ginghams for 8 1-2c per yard. Our Dress Pattern sale beats them all. Briolzer's Stores. SATURDAY and AOXDAlr. Prices Down ' .. I never had WliiWthis season. mmmmmmm. xmmmmm: been SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. UNION POULTRY YARD, nv R75. MB AT! Good Sweats Me You Healthy! I am hotter prepared than over to furnish the finest outs of JJccf, Fork, Mutton, o. Or ders for all hinds of Moats furnished promptly. Sausage a specialty. Wait for tho Wagon whtoh will bo driven by Vrcd AfoNitt. W. L. HALL. Spencer & Painters, Paper Hangers, BELTDINO-, Wall Paper furnished at the Please Look at CiTLeave orders with T. Frank Ireland. General Repair I a Shop ovtr ft duality Up Royal Blue Barred Plymouth Rocks, Jas. A. Tucker's Strain so good stock in Pen as 1 have 1 never sold eggs All my birds have irefully selected and mated for best results. We are prepared to furnish eggs from our choice mating this spusnn for St. 00 ner 13 ems. QEOROH STOUT. MBA T I Moulton, MICHIGAN. Lowest Prices on Short Notice Our Books. W. I. Henedict and Lamb Tiros. CULVER & DAY. - m m jum u u l m ms Furnlturo Repairing of all kinds'. Uphols- J terlng neatly done and a General Repair businpM transacted. Wo also make Wall Brackets,Center Tables and other like goods g to order. tlfrrirk Va$hrt Fartory, Ileldlng. 'ROUND POUT US. : Slajton. Dell Etftflestonand family aro settled n the Wight farm. We are glad to hear that Mm. M. A. Leaslter la Improving. Henry 1. Slayton lout one of his beat work horsed last week. MUs Maude Ilessler and Miss Ger trude Slayton were In Lowell Wednes day. A few friends made lrank MrArthur and family a visit March 15. A good time. Thomas Barnes and wife, of Bowne, ylsited at O. I. Watklna' a few days ldbt week. Mrs. Ada Drown, of Diamond Springs. is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ason C VVatkins. Tho dinner party given by Mr. and Mrs. John Handull at G rattan was en oyed by all present. J. II. Ilessler Is drawing his choice polos to Grand Itaplds for which he receives a fancy price. Tom Davis moved to Smyrna last week and E. J. Mason and family will move Into their house vacated by him. W. D. Hall wears a broad smile now-a-days in spite of 40 cent potatoes fur It is a buy this time at his home. Born March 7. II. J. Watkins la preparing to build an addition onto his barn this spring for the accommodation of his line flock of Lincoln sheep. It. It. Cook and wifo and A. W. Slay ton and wife visited at N. P. Werner's and F. A. Jones and wife visited at Frank L Fuller's March 8. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stock ing, (nee) Ina Maon formerly of this place but now of Spalr, South Dakota, a daughter March 4. Congratulations. Miss Eleanor Emmons gave a party Monday evening in honor of her cousins the Misses Neva and Maude Tower, of Grand Rapids, who are vis iting her. Mrs. James Jakeway died at Trufant March 10th and was brought hero for burial March 13th. Itev. L. Albert ofliciated. She was the mother of 13 children 10 of whom survive her. Nine were present at tho funeral, her six sons acting as pall bearers. This school closed March 10th with appropriate exercises. The pupils presented their teacher, Mr. Kent Jakeway, with a nice gold pen. Iiih board has secured the services of Mr. Jakeway for the spring term which will commence March HO. Kent is a very good teacher. Orlpans-Otisco. A few from here were In Lansing Wednesday. Mr. It. (1. Cblckering has sold a horse to Joe Kemp. M. J. Holcomb entertained a friend from Benton Harbor last week. W. J. Werner bought a span of horses of Joe Crane of Berlin last week. Mr E. B. Chickering bought a horso of Miss Tagtfot of Eaton Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Ostrum of Orleans visited her parents Saturday and Sun day. Miss Vesta Haney closed a successful ter m cf tchool in tho Tasker district Friday. Wm. Vanloten has moved his fam ily to Long Lake where he has bought a larm. Miss Nellie Horeln, of Ionia, is vis iting her grandmother and other rela tives here, Harry Lylo and Miss Mary Howe were married at Ionia Saturday. Con gratulations. Mrs. Brown of Grand Rapids is here caring for her daughter, Miss S. A Soeley who is on the sick list. Samuel Little has sold his farm here to A. J. Carter ana It is reported that he has bought another near Lyons. Miss Mary Howe closed a successful term of school In the Coons' district, Orange, Friday and she has been en gaged to teach the spring term. Andrew Johnson, of Holding, has sold his farm near Orleans to John Meade and has bought Dan Roberts' farm. Mr. Roberts expects to buy a farm hear Langston. Shlloh. G. W. Brown was at Fenwick on business Monday. Henry Leach, of Grand Rapids, is visiting relative here. Howard and Ray Emery are visiting their parents at Moddersville. The Misses Erma Maynard and Louise Weaver left here Thursday for Chicago. Mrs. Ransom Peabody left Monday on a a visit with her parents at Coop ersville, Mich. Theo. Leach reports buying 4,000 bushels of potatoes one day this week at 50 cents a bushel. The dance at Mr. Emery's Friday night was was attended and all report a tine time. Music by Wade and Brown. The log haulers passed through here Tuesday afternoon. They will draw the logs from the Pray estate to this place where they will be shipped to Greenville. Last Thursday morning tho house on Levi Heth's farm and occupied by Marsh Wood burned to tho ground and nearly all tho household goods which were well insured. Lincoln Lake. Jessie Horton of Langston is visiting at Mr. Mooncy's. Art Smith went to Grand Rapids Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Moore went to their home in Oakfield Monday. Mr and Mrs. Chas. Colvin of Green ville visited at D. Newland's Sunday. Edna Newland Is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Chas. Colvin of Greenville for a few days. Llbbio Doylo of Ada closed a very successful term of school March 10th iu this dUtriet. James Moonev returned home Mon day from near Langston where he has been to work. D. Newland moved his barn acro.-H Black creek with the help of some of hU neighbors and their teams. Married, Sunday, March 12, David Moore of Oakfield and Mrs. Mary Em mons of Spencer. Congratulations. Married, at Greenville, by Itev. D. E. Hill, Friday, March 10, John Ella worth, Oakfield and Anna Smith, Spencer. Orleans. Mrs. A. Alderman has returned from Ionia. Tom Kldd and family have moved Into tho Eralaw house. Mrs. Royal Hawkins visited relatives of Lansing Wednesday. F. P. Uamrnan made a business to Gowen and Greenville Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. McDonald returned from Owosso Monday accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Rodger. The Orleans M. E. Sunday school will open at eleven o'clock Sunday morning election of officers. Mr. and Mrs. O. Purdy attended a birthday surprise party on Mrs. O. H. Choate, of Fallasburg, Friday. Mr. Harry Lyle, of Easton and Miss Mamie Howe, were married at the parsonage by Itev. N. E. Glbbs Satur day. Congratulations. Miss Amelia Iteahm from Lake Odes sa, Archie Dougherty, of Belding, and Itev. N. E. Gibbs were entertained at the home of Win. Beach over Sunday. Rev. N. E. Glbbs and Lena weut to Ann Arbor Tuesday where Mrs. Glbbs will join them and then visit among relatives of Windtleld for a short time. Miss Ola Hammanleft for Ann Arbor Tuesday where she will take treat ment at too Homeopathis hospital. She was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. F. P. II am man. Tho Green's school closes next Fri day afternoon with exercises, having been successfully taught by Frank Robinson. Will begin again after two week vacation with Miss Ida Beach as teacher. Falrplalns. The young people gave Miss Pearl Illnman a surprise Friday night. Miss Pearl Illnman spent part of 1 ist week with friends In Greenville. . Christian Anderson commences his work at Sarah Wood's this week. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Rich cleaned the school houso in district no 4 Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Johnson attend ed the party at Austin 11 In man's Friday night. School commences in district No. 4 Monday, Miss C'as.-ol of Greenville, teacher. Died at his home in Atnsdcn Mou- day morning, R. P. Juuson. He has been sick all winter. Died at her homo near Millers of Consumption, Saturday, Mrs. Darwin Dille. The funeral was held in the Fairplains church Sunday. Died at his home in Fenwick. Mar.10, Mr. E. R. Thomson. His luneral was held at tho M. E. Church at Fenwick Sunday. His remains were taken to Lansing for interment. He leaves a wife, twosonss'and a daughter to mourn his los. Ho moved from near Belding to Fenwick a number of years ago where he made for himself many friends. Ho belonged to tho M. E church of Feu wick. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Rlnker have re turned from their eastern trip. , They visited friends in Canada and then went to New Yorn State and visited Mrs. Rinker's friends. They also visited tho old home where she and her brother were born. They report hav ing a irood time. Mr. Rmkersald he thought he had seen orchards hen but thev were nothing to the ones he saw down there of all kinds of fruit Smyrna. Thos. D.ivis has purchased the house and lot which Dr. Bell has occupied so long. Mrs. Blirnal and Mrs. Dickens are In Greenville caring for Mrs. A. C. Huff who is improving. C. J. Ring and daughter, of Belding were present to dinner at H. bkellen ger's last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis and their daugh tors were in Rock ford last week at tending tho golden wedding of hi parents. C. W. Joslin has purchased the farm known as tho Cole 00 on the north road and will put it In shape. Considera tion 1,000. Mrs. Mark Hoppough and Mrs. C W. Joslin have been presented by their husbands with a very tine gold watch aud chain. Long Lake. (Last Week's Letter.) Minnio Pretzel and Fred Shultz, of Ionia, visited her people over Sunday Joo Moot and wifo and two little children, of Lake City, visited with her sister, Mrs. Geo. Utter and family over Sunday. Geo. Utter and brother, Elmer, wen to Ljons Monday to visit their mother Georce camo back the same day leav ing his brother there. Mrs. Geo. AntclliT expectsto move to Ionia In u short time Her daughter, Fannie, thinks of going with her and working in one of the factorios there. Uscar Laue expects to move out o John Cusser's house in a coupio of weeks and old Mr. Mowry, of Orleans is going to move into tho vacant house (rattan. Tho Grattan Bachelor Girls' club met Tuesday afternoon, March 7, at E L. Brooks. Tho regular order of busi ness was carried out and when the sec retary read the roll call fifteen Bache lor girls were found to be present, viz.: Misses Imogene Woodward, Sarah demons, Maude Ilessler, Ora Wat kins, Gertrude Slayton, Ralla Wood ward, Ola Pond, Dorothy Delzlel, Katie Matice, Kittle Handel, Bessie Pond, Clara Brooks, Floy Ramsdel, Velma Jakeway and Millie Handel. A very instructive program was ren dered by the Bachelor girls. The next meeting is to be held at Miss Ora Wat kins' Wednesday afternoon, March 15. All young ladles aro requested to at tend as a very fine program is being prepared for this meeting. CliHnibcrlalii's Cough l(rmeljr. This remedy is intended especially for coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough and Influenza. It has become famous for Its cures of these diseases, over a large part of thecivilized world. The most flattering testimonials have been received, giving accounts of its good works. Of the aggravating and persistent coughs it has cured; of severe colds that have yielded promptly to Its soothing effects, and of tho dangerous attacks of croup It has cured, often sav ing the llfo of the child. Tho exten sive use of it for whooping cough has fthown that it robs that disease of all dangerous consequences. Sold by Fisk Bangs, druggist. North Orleatii. Edward Canfield was la Ionia Friday. Mr. Dovlno went to Ionia last Thurs day on business. Mrs. Will Wheeler visited at Frank Stevens' Tuesday. Frank Johnson returned from the north last Thursday. Hattle Brown, of Shlloh, visited at Mrs. Albert Brown's Thursday. Sam Clement la out again, but his brother, Leo, and sisters, Alice and Maude, have the measles. Lulu Brown of near Chadwick re turned home Tuesday from Vlckory- ville where she has been vuitlng tho past week. Itartonville. School closed In this district last Fri day for u vacation. Henery Skellenger has purchased a cow of Floyd Totten. F. J. Richmond and wife spent last week Tuesday at E. R. Berry 's, Hold ing. Miss Bessie Moon spent last weok Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. S. R. White. Quito a number from this vicinity at tended tho funeral of Miss Kate Jacoby which was held in Mitian last Satur day. NO CURE. NO PAY. If we can name and locate your dis ease or weakness without asking you any questions, you should be convinced that we are special ists and can cure you. Yet, to fur ther prove it w e will guarantee a cure or Asked Until Cured no pay, and No Pay tljr PI IDC Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, lit UUnu Rheumatism, Pimples, Ec zema, Scrofula, Ulcers, Tumors, Cancers, Ruptures, Varico cele, Epilepsy, Fits, Paraiy. sis, ISaart, Lung, Skin, Blood, Kidney, Blad der. Private Diseases, etc. No matter what your disease, or who has failed to cure you, consult us. Consultation free to those who want atment. We can show hundreds of cures, many in your own county, wno you know. U. A. MLNLn, M. u., inc Eminent Specialist can be consulted at the following hotel parlors. II impossiDie lO see uiui, wriie, en closing two stamps, for information, etc., to Detroit Medical and Surgical Institute, Detroit, Mich. GREENVILLE, TueMday, April 4 1 It. BELDING, W Hotel HH.IIntr. etliif lny, April 5th, IflNirj j ltally llouHf, 4 utiirliiy, . pril Htli H. 1. LEONARD, Pres. A. U. BELDING, V.-Pres BoldingSavings Bank BELDING, MICHIGAN, Ae have Money to Loan on Real Estate Mortgages or other approved security. Parties in need of Money will do to call and see us. well Interest Paid on all Time ami Saving Deposits. fire Proof Safety Deposit Boxes to Rent. Money Transferred by Telegraph. Drafts Sold on all Foreign Countries DIME SAVINGS DEPARTMENT lor tie CMreB CHAS. S. 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The manufacturers of Drake' Dvhpep- tla Cure aud Nerve llefctorer offer 1(X for uny case of htomach troubles Iu- digestion, (Jastrlc Distress, Sour Stom ach, Nervou Dyspepsia, Irregular Bow els, Headache, oml Sleeplessness (caucer excepted) that can not be Permanently Cured with Drake's Dyspepsia Cure and 'me Restorer. No exceptions made to aiiuor past treatment. r ull Instruc tions with each treatment: inquire ai Fisk Bang's, druggist. A vnlnaMft ttook on Stomach and Nerve Troubles, their various symp toms and treatment: given free at the above-mentioned drug store. The Kidney Complexion. The Dale, tsallow, sunken cheeked, distressed-looking people .you bO often meet aro aulicted with "KUiney Com plexion." Their kidneys are turning 10 a par snip color. So 1 Ihejr complexion. Thev mavalto have indigestion, or buffer from aleeplenee's. rheumatism, ieuralfc!ia, hrain trouble, nervous ex haustion aud sometimes the heart acts badly. The cause in weak, uniM-aiiny Kid neys. Usually the sunerer from Kidney dis ease does not 11ml out what the trouble is until it is too late, becauto the lirst nyraptomaare so like mild sickness that iney uo not inwiK mey neeu u mtiuicmo or a dorter until they lind themselves hick iu bed. Ur.K 11 iTier's Swamp-Hoot will build up und strengthen iheir weak and diseas ed Kidneys, purifv thrir d housed, kid- tiev nojscned blood, clear thmr com plexion and soon they will enjoy bolter health. You can net the recrular blzes at the drur Mori-, at Ufty cent and orn- dollar, or you my Lir prov for ourelt tho wonderful virtues of this yreat discov ery, .Swnmp-Hont, by sending jour ad dress to Ur. Kilmer & i,o . liniifham- ton. N. V. for a sample bottle and a book that tells all about it, both sent to you ah-olutely free by mail. When writing kindly mention that you read this liberal otTer in thu llELDING BAN- NKK. DETROIT, Soy. 13, 1.-1-8. CD. RAPIDS & WESTERN R. R (.OlMJ EAST. Lv. Howiird City Lv. NnrtlKJrernvllle. 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